Hayes Outdoor is an exciting outdoor arts space in the heart of Hayes. Launched in June 2018, it’s a place where anyone and everyone can come to see some of the best outdoor performers in the world, for free. Featuring anything from circus to dance to music, the shows aim to delight and inspire people whether they’re 4 or 84.
Shows include incredible feats performed on shopping trolleys by C-12 Dance Theatre, acrobatic dance on a giant Jenga-like structure from Motionhouse & No Fit State, and circus in a paddling pool from Cie Barolosolo.
Situated next to Hayes & Harlington Station in High Point Village, it’s a large square, with seating and standing space, where all are welcome. Summer at Hayes Outdoor starts on Wednesday 20 June and continues on fortnightly Wednesday afternoons and early evenings right through until the end of August. It’s the perfect way to enjoy your midweek, whether you’re on your way home from work or at home with the family.
Hayes Outdoor is programmed and produced by Watermans, West London’s leading arts centre. It follows in the footsteps of Bell Square, Watermans’ first outdoor arts venue in the heart of Hounslow and continues with the ethos of bringing top-quality artistic work to local people in a completely inclusive and accessible way.
For programme, press or venue enquiries please contact the box office on 0208 232 1019 or email@example.com
Hayes Outdoor is funded by Hillingdon Community Trust, Arts Council England and Access Storage, with the generous support of Brunel University London, London Borough of Hillingdon and High Point Village.
Hayes Outdoor is a satellite venue for Circulate.
Watermans is West London’s leading arts centre with a thriving and inclusive programme of independent cinema, family theatre, live performance, exhibitions and courses. Watermans runs a year-round programme of cutting-edge digital arts for which it receives National Portfolio Organisation funding from Arts Council England, and has done so for many years. Watermans also leads several outreach projects, primarily concerned with broadening access to high quality arts in communities where there is little arts provision:
Creative People & Places Hounslow, Arts Council England’s major investment in increasing arts capacity in underserved areas, working in Feltham, Heston and Cranford, and central Hounslow. Watermans leads a consortium of arts organisations with the vision of creating a confident, colourful and creative borough.
Bell Square, the outdoor arts venue in Hounslow Town Centre, programmed and delivered by Watermans
Circulate, a London-wide outdoor arts touring network, led by Watermans